Get ready... Toro Toro opens March 31st. I got an early taste of the lunch menu and it is delicious. A great spot for power lunch, guests can anticipate menu item ranging range from $4 to $16 for small plates, salads and sandwiches and $26 to $45 for steak entrées. Toro Toro will also offer a weekday lunch buffet priced at $25 per person. I loved the salads and endless meat.
Unlimited meat options include Brazilian-style Picanha Steak, USDA Prime Rib Eye Steak, Beef Tenderloin, Australian Lamb Chop, Achiote Marinated Chicken Thigh and Prawns.
For private dining and events, Toro Toro offers great options. One can entertain 50 guests privately for dinner upstairs, or hold a cocktail reception with dancing downstairs for 200 people. Toro Toro can also welcome 600 people for a reception with a buy-out of the entire restaurant.
Toro Toro will open with lunch and dinner service, and add bottomless weekend brunch in April. Lunch will be available Monday through Friday, from 11 AM to 3 PM. Dinner will be available Sunday through Thursday, from 5 PM to 11; Friday and Saturday, from 5 PM to 12 Midnight. Late night dancing will also be available in the first floor bar/lounge Sunday through Thursday, from 10 PM to 2 AM, and Friday and Saturday, from 10 PM to 3 AM. Happy Hour will be offered daily, from 4 PM to 7 PM in the upstairs bar, and from 5 PM to 7 PM in the downstairs bar. Toro Toro is located at 1300 I Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20005, less than one block from the McPherson Square Metro accessible on the Blue Lines, and three blocks from Metro Center Metro accessible on the Red Line. For more information please visit: www.richardsandoval.com/torotorodc.